About Cheese weed

About Cheese weed

cheese weed
cheese weed
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Cheese weed is known all over the world. This strain originated in the 80s and now there are all kinds of Cheese varieties on the market. Cheese weed has a savory and spicy taste. There you have the connection with real cheese. The spicy and powerful scent comes from the varied package of terpenes in the plant. Read on and discover everything about Cheese weed. 

About Cheese weed and its taste

The taste, and the smell too, is not appreciated by everyone. It is on the eccentric side. But if you like the combination of aromas, then Cheese weed can become your all-time favorite. Compare it with real cheese, the smell of which is sometimes not that attractive. Sometimes it is very tasty, sometimes you find the smell terrible. But luckily there is always the umami effect in Cheese. Read on and learn more about Cheese weed.

About Cheese weed and its effects

Are you looking for a high that makes you laugh and giggle? Then you’re in the right place with Cheese. This cannabis strain gives a blissful and relaxed high, because most cheese strains contain a lot of THC. In general up to 20%. This helps against stress and pain. But Cheese also stimulates appetite.

Where does Cheese cannabis come from?

cheese cannabis

There are many cannabis strains that are associated with a certain sensation or taste. Haze gives an energetic buzz. Diesel strains really smell like diesel. The aroma of Cappuccino is reminiscent of coffee. And so on. Cheese is no exception. The savory taste evokes associations with cheese. And this specific scent is highly sought after by true cannabis connoisseurs.

Cheese weed originated somewhere in the 1980s. As with many strains, it is unclear how exactly it originated and where. In the case of Cheese, the story goes that a grower with the nickname “The Skunkman” introduced a Skunk variety that had a fast production time. But many users were complaining about the pungent smell. When cultivators crossed this strain with another, it resulted in a strain with a more pleasant, cheesy scent and an enormous yield. A legend was born. The species became really popular in the rave-dance scene, back in the 90s.

Growth properties of Cheese weed

Do you want to see what everyone is so enthusiastic about with your own eyes? Then order Cheese seeds today and grow your own! At Amsterdam Marijuana Seed bank you have a wide choice of the highest quality weed seeds, including the legendary Cheese weed seeds. This strain is a fairly easy plant to grow. The plant produces a big harvest and the buds have an average THC content of 18%. Under ideal growing conditions, a cheese plant easily grows up to 2 meters. Indoors, the plant probably grows a bit smaller, but you still need a lot of space for it. You can also opt for an autoflowering-feminized variety, which stays smaller and more bushy. Happy growing! 

Learn more about the Cheese strain

The history of the Cheese cannabis strain is undeniably controversial and overwhelming. Following advanced techniques in cannabis breeding and cultivation, it is inevitable to come up with different strains, whereby Cheese is one of those.

Importantly, the Cheese strain is an Indica/Sativa, or rather a hybrid with a higher inclination towards the Indica side, and the originality being the UK. Importantly, the Cheese strain gets used as the primary parental figure by a plentitude of cannabis seed breeders all over the world.

Cheese has varied terpenes, and this explains why the strain has the stood-out pungent scent. Even though most blogs won’t mention that Cheese originated from the UK, we will debunk how exactly England is the cradle for Cheese weed.

An England based cannabis grower planted Skunk. When he found that it actually had a strong scent, he decided to go even further and clone it for further improvement. That is how the clone become even more recognized thanks to the cheesy nature, and this explains why connoisseurs who live in legal-marijuana growing countries and don’t embrace the growing of Cheese weed probably live under a rock.

How to cultivate the Amsterdam Marijuana Seedbank Cheese Seeds

It would be a disservice to your inner self when you learn about how to grow Cheese seeds, but then fail to take action. That said, it would really rock if you read this piece of write-up with your Cheese seeds packet.

She has a medium growing difficulty; thus, ideal for that pothead who wishes to take a new challenge if, for instance, you never at any given time planted Cheese weed. If you play your cards well and subject the strain to the needful conditions, then prepare yourself for a bumper harvest fellow ganja user.

Humidity plays a critical role in having a properly growing Cheese marijuana plant, which means that the pH values shouldn’t fluctuate a lot. Importantly, ensure that the temperature ranges between 21 and 26 degrees celsius.

Also, subject the Cheese strain to sufficient light so that the flowering phase could be a breeze. You may go the inorganic fertilizers way, too, but we advocate for the usage of organic fertilizers such as coffee grounds when cultivating the Cheese cannabis plant.

Adequate spacing also needs to get considered as the Cheese strain may grow bushy. This means that the grower should also familiarize themselves with pruning if they would like to up the chances of the production of buds; thus enabling you to realize the full potential of the Cheese weed yields.

Another way to about realizing the best yielding pattern of the Cheese weed is by using the Screen of Green (ScrOG) technology.

Therapeutic effects of Cheese Weed

Cheese Weed is more of a medical strain than a recreational plant. Being an Indica hybrid, it is one of those strains that get characterized by inducing profound medical merits. Most users say that Cheese weed is the real deal at coming handy when one suffers from mental conditions such as stress. Necessarily, Cheese weed is a profound relaxant.

Also, just like the AMSB chronic strain, Cheese weed is fantastic for combating not only ordinary pain but also chronic pain. If you are that pothead who suffers from mild headaches, backaches, or any other types of pain, we are utterly sure to let you know that Cheese weed will undeniably help you big time.

If you have an underlying condition that inhibits you from taking sufficient amounts of food, then the Cheese marijuana strain comes handy to boost your appetite.

A word of caution, though! Cheese weed is potent, and just like any other powerful cannabis strains, you may need to dehydrate well before taking her hit, lest you develop a dry mouth a couple of minutes after taking your favourite hit of Cheese.

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